Covid’19:KMA TO EMBARK ON MASSIVE DECONGESTION EXERCISE ON FEB 1

The Kumasi Metropolitan Assembly (KMA) wishes to inform all traders plying their trade on pavements and streets in the Central Business District (CBD) that the Assembly will from Monday, 1st February,2021 ,embark on an exercise to stop such trading activities.

The above was contained in a press statement dated 25th January, 2021 and signed by Henrietta Afia Konadu Aboagye, Public Relations Officer of the Assembly.

The full statement entitled “STOPPAGE OF TRADING ACTIVITIES ON THE PAVEMENTS AND STREETS IN THE CENTRAL BUSINESS DISTRICT”, reads

The  Kumasi Metropolitan Assembly(KMA)  wishes to inform all traders plying their trade on pavements and streets in the Central Business District(CBD) that the Assembly will from Monday,1st February,2021 ,embark on an exercise to stop such trading activities.

It would recall that getting to the Christmas festivities, the traders met and pleaded with the Assembly to allow them do business on the pavements and voluntarily leave such areas by January 15th ,2021 as has been the practice .

The Assembly is by this release urging all such traders to vacate the pavements and streets by Saturday 30th January to avoid forceful ejection.

This exercise has also become necessary in the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic and its associated health risks posed by such activities which congest the CBD.

It is hoped that all traders will comply with this directive.

Covid’19:KMA TO EMBARK ON MASSIVE DECONGESTION EXERCISE ON FEB 1
Covid’19:KMA TO EMBARK ON MASSIVE DECONGESTION EXERCISE ON FEB 1

 

Source: Tntnewspaper.com

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